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Boris Johnson vows to disobey Parliament, insists on Brexit

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is bent on not complying with the decision of Parliament to seek Brexit delay. According to Daily Mail, Johnson will…

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Brexit: High drama awaits Boris Johnson in Parliament

Prime Minister Boris Johnson puts his last-minute Brexit deal to a vote in an extraordinary sitting of the British parliament on Saturday, a day of…

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US golfer Every banned for drug abuse

American golfer Matt Every was issued a three-month suspension Friday by the US PGA Tour for violating its conduct policy on drugs of abuse. An…

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Trump to host next G7 summit at his Miami resort

President Trump will host next year’s Group of 7 meetings next June at Trump Doral, his luxury resort near Miami, the president’s acting chief of…

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Worse than May’s: Boris Johnson’s EU deal rejected by Labour

UK Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn has thumbed down the new Brexit deal announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, describing it as worse than the one…

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Egypt welcomes U.S. sanctions on Turkey

Egypt on Thursday welcomed U.S. President, Donald Trump’s preliminary sanctions on Turkey following Ankara’s military incursion in North-eastern Syria. “Egypt welcomes U.S. President, Donald Trump’s…

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EU, Britain close to new exit deal

The EU and Britain are close to working out an elusive Brexit deal late Wednesday, just in time to be submitted to a key European…

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Trump’s Twitter account should be suspended: Kamala Harris

U.S. senator, Kamala Harris, seized the Democratic presidential debate on Tuesday night to advance her proposal for the suspension of President Donald Trump’s Twitter account….

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Man drives body to police station, claims he killed 4

A man on Monday drove a body to a police station in northern California and claimed he killed four people, authorities said. The dpa quoted…

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Kurds launches counter-attack on Turkish troops

The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have taken back full control of a key border town in north-east Syria after launching an overnight attack on…

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Nigeria’s Chigozie Obioma misses out on £50,000 Booker Prize for fiction

Nigeria’s novelist Chigozie Obioma missed out winning the £50,000 Booker Prize for Fiction on Monday. Obioma, with his book, An Orchestra of Minorities, was among…

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Syria: Trump talks tough, slams sanctions against Turkey

US President Donald Trump on Monday authorized sanctions on Turkey’s leaders, reimposed steel tariffs and ended talks on a trade deal, seeking to punish the…

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Reprieve on the way for 119 Nigerians on death row in Malaysia

The 119 Nigerians on death row in Malaysia may be saved from the executioner if the country’s legislature passed a bill to abolish the death…

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Oprah Winfrey once loved me – Trump

President Trump recalled his one-time friendship with Oprah Winfrey at a campaign rally, telling supporters the talk-show host was a frequent guest at his Florida…

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Spain’s Supreme court sends 9 Catalan leaders to prison

The Spanish Supreme Court on Monday imposed prison sentences ranging from nine to 13 years on nine Catalan separatist leaders for sedition over their role…

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What I will do differently as Ugandan President – Bobi Wine

Ugandan musician turned politician, Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine has said he will break down the power of the president and be more…

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Updated: Typhoon Hagibis kills 35 in Japan

At least 35 people have been killed by the powerful typhoon Hagibis that hit Japan at the weekend, officials said. The government put the death…

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Academic Saied set for landslide in Tunisia

Conservative academic Kais Saied, a political outsider, was headed for a landslide victory Sunday in Tunisia’s presidential runoff, sweeping aside his rival, media magnate Nabil…

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Trump orders US troops out of northern Syria

U.S President Donald Trump ordered the withdrawal of forces from northern Syria as the conflict between Turkey and the Kurdish forces escalates, Defence Secretary Mark…

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5 critically injured in Chicago shooting

Five persons were critically injured after being shot in a Chicago neighbourhood on Saturday evening, according to Chicago Fire Department officials. CFD officials said the…

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